Rep. Matt Gaetz Nominates President Donald Trump for Speaker of the House

On the 7th vote in the U.S. Congress for the next Speaker of the House, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) nominated President Donald J. Trump to be the Speaker of the House.

Gaetz can be seen making his historic vote here:

McCarthy recently lost again on the 7th consecutive vote for House Speaker, showing exactly how weak and unfit he is to lead.

Big League Politics has reported on the unhinged nature of the pro-McCarthy forces, who cannot believe that the leadership figure anointed by the establishment is actually being rejected.

“We just cannot allow that to happen,” Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) said while appearing on “The Guy Benson Show” on Fox News Radio, referring to the possibility of allowing another person other than McCarthy to become speaker.

“That’s why those of us are saying like, look you’ve pushed us into this corner so now we are saying we won’t vote for anyone but McCarthy. That’s why we are saying it because we cannot let the terrorists win. That’s basically what’s happening,” he added.

Eyepatch McCain’s shameful comments can be seen here:

Even MAGA favorite, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, is cheerleading for McCarthy hard and throwing her Freedom Caucus colleagues under the bus for opposing the RINO.

“I haven’t asked for one thing for myself and I’m the only Republican that has zero committees…I find out it’s my Freedom Caucus colleagues and my supposed friends that went and did that and they asked nothing for me…I am furious,” she said.

“While the conservative that the base supports and believes in, they’re not perfect either,” Greene added, calling out Reps. Scott Perry (R-PA), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Bob Good (R-VA), Lauren Boebert (R-CO), and Chip Roy (R-TX) in particular.

Greene said that all must kneel beneath McCarthy in the name of party unity.

“This is not anything about the country. This is all about ‘Never Kevin.’ They just don’t like Kevin McCarthy, and you cannot be successful in anything if you aren’t able to walk in a room, make what you want, and get a deal done, and then walk away with a W and then get to work and not worry about who you like or who you don’t like,” she stated.

“There’s not going to be a tiny little group that’s going to demand their way because they want subcommittee chairs and they want certain power positions. That’s not how this works, and that is the worst thing they could do for the country, and I am furious over it, and I will continue calling them out,” she said.

If the Freedom Caucus stands strong, they may be able to eventually force the establishment’s hand and get a solidly conservative speaker into power, such as Donald J. Trump.

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